Esperanza. Age: 21.
Marking objects or urine spraying is a normal territorial instinct that many domestic and wild rabbits display. Unfortunately, pet rabbits that spray urine create a problem for their owners. Those who own rabbits that spray are constantly faced with how inconvenient and costly this behavior can become.
Alana. Age: 24.
Litter Box Set-Up for Rabbits – What are the Choices?
There are many different kinds of litter boxes and bedding options out there that are suitable for rabbits, but as with everything else that goes on in our households our rabbit will ultimately decide which one is best. Here is a list of the most common ones out there and their pros and cons. Most of the time, one rabbits fits into the litter box and nothing else. No hay, no second rabbit if you have one.
Romina. Age: 31.
Red Urine in Rabbits: Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment
Even though it may seem like a rabbit can get some exercise in their cage, they really need a proper exercise regime to avoid developing physical and behavioral disorders. Below are some of the problems and symptoms you can expect from a lack of proper exercise. In all ages and breeds of rabbits, cystic calculi bladder stones and hypercalcinuria bladder sludge can develop.
Urine from healthy animals is typically considered to be of little to no risk to people. This is generally true, at least for the otherwise healthy human population, but like with most things in infectious diseases, there are exceptions. An interesting one in rabbits is a bug called Encephalitozoon cuniculi. This microorganism now classified as a fungus, but previously considered a protozoal parasite is very common in healthy pet rabbits.